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CETL spotlight and partnership projects 2007- 08

Project Title CETL Fellows 2007/08  CETL theme(s)

Challenging clinical situations: developing communication skills in situations which may challenge the student’s ethical framework
Abstract

Ania Korszun;
Sandra Evans
Preparation for ‘tricky’ communication
Developing and using a web-based video to promote student and tutor awareness of the risks and consequences of healthcare-associated infection
Abstract
Dinah Gould;
Nick Drey

Enhancing support for clinical skills development in practice settings

Harnessing the potential of simulation
Developing therapeutic communication skills in mental health: evaluation of a teaching and learning resource
Abstract

Annie Cushing;
Julie Attenborough & Mary Hanrahan jointly

Harnessing the potential of simulation

Preparation for ‘tricky’ communication
 
Meeting the training needs of the care home sector: can the CETL Bus help?
Abstract
 Julienne Meyer
Enhancing support for clinical skills development in practice settings

Harnessing the potential of simulation

Supporting students who need extra help with clinical and/or communication skills learning
Preparing for challenging communication in obstetric ultrasound scanning
Abstract
Rosie Simpson; Regina Fernando Preparation for ‘tricky’ communication
Using high fidelity simulation to develop interprofessional clinical and communication skills in final year nursing & medical students
Abstract
Celia Goreham;
Val Dimmock
Harnessing the potential of simulation


In addition, one spotlight project spans 2006/07 and 2007/08
 Project  Title
CETL Fellow  CETL theme
Developing materials for tutors and students to enhance feedback Kathy Boursicot Enhancing assessment for learning clinical and communication skills


CETL Seed-corn projects Autumn term 2007

 

1. Development of self-directed, web-based workshop/tutorial on writing “Reflective logs”

 

B. Camilleri (Dept. of Language and Communication Science, City University)

C. Raymond-Barker (Dept. of Radiography, City University)

 

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2. Purchase of digital camcorder and accessories for production of clinical demonstration videos.

 

T. Friel (Adult Oral Health, School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London)

 

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3. Purchase of 3 licenses ‘Articulate Studio Standard’ software

 

T. Friel (Adult Oral Health, School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London)

 

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4. Production of Spinal Cord Injury Patient Journey aimed to introduce a wide range of careers in medicine, nursing and radiography. 

 

Nicola Jagger (Centre of the Cell, Barts & the London, Queen Mary’s School of Medicine & Dentistry).

 

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5. Creating an online resource aimed at medical school curriculum development committees outlining the integration of teaching on spirituality and health into existing medical courses.

 

Rev Professor Nicolas Goulding & Mr David Randall (Barts & the London, Queen Mary’s School of Medicine & Dentistry).

 

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6. Creating a database of all British English sounds accompanied by ultrasound images showing tongue position during articulation. 

 

Dr. Rachael-Anne Knight (Dept. of Language and Communication Science, City University)

 

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7. Multi-disciplinary e-learning scenarios in Infection Control

 

Dr. Patricia Revest, Dr. Dane Goodsman and Ms Natasa Perovic (Centre for Medical Education, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry & CETL)


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2. Purchase of digital camcorder and accessories for production of clinical demonstration videos.

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